|Compromise, learning and cognitive change as a function in induced cognitive conflict - Wharton, Richard Earl.|
This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Keywords: Conflict (Psychology)
|Richard Wharton papers, 1863-1906 - Wharton, Richard, b. 1843|
A diary, letters, and other writings. The diary, apparently composed during 1863 and 1864, discusses Richard Wharton's service in the Confederate Army with the 154th Tennessee Senior Infantry Regiment under John Bell Hood in defense of Atlanta. Also included are a love letter, 1864; letters, 1889 and 1901, relating to family affairs; letters, 1905-1906, to Wharton from W. S. Ray, also of the 154th Tennessee, discussing the fates of several of their former comrades and the death of Wharton's brot...
Keywords: Hood, John Bell, 1831-1879; Hurst, Fielding, b. 1818; Wharton family; Wharton, Richard, b. 1843; Confederate States of America. Army. Tennessee Senior Infantry Regiment, 154th; Confederate States of America. Army; Diaries (Blank-books); Family -- Tennessee Social life and customs; Perryville, Battle of, Perryville, Ky., 1862; Soldiers -- Confederate States of America; Tennessee -- History Civil War, 1861-1865; United States -- History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives, Confederate
|Remarks on the Jacobinical tendency of the Edinburgh Review, in a letter to the Earl of Lonsdale - Wharton, Richard|
Keywords: Edinburgh review (1802); Jacobins
|Cheviot: a poetical fragment - Wharton, Richard|
Keywords: Northumberland (England) -- Poetry
|Fables: consisting of select parts from Dante, Berni, Chaucer, and Ariosto - Wharton, Richard|
[I] The entrance of Hell. Dant. Inf. cant. III. The story of Ugolino. Dant. Inf. cant. XXXII,XXXIII. The garden of Medusa [from Berni] Orl. inn. cant. XII. The franklein's tale, from Chaucer. The stories of Caligorante and Orillo, from Ariosto, canto XV. Angelica and Medoro [from Ariosto] Ol. fur. cant. XVIII, XXIII.-II. Cambuscan, an heroic poem, in six books: founded upon and comprizing a free imitation of Chaucer's fragment on that subject
|Canonical Wnt signals combined with suppressed TGF?/BMP pathways promote renewal of the native human colonic epithelium. (Volume 63) - Reynolds, Amy|
This article is from Gut, volume 63.AbstractBackground: A defining characteristic of the human intestinal epithelium is that it is the most rapidly renewing tissue in the body. However, the processes underlying tissue renewal and the mechanisms that govern their coordination have proved difficult to study in the human gut. Objective: To investigate the regulation of stem cell-driven tissue renewal by canonical Wnt and TGFβ/bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) pathways in the native human colonic ep...